India will be short of polymers in 2004

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On May 5, shkari, President of yezper consulting company, pointed out at the international petrochemical conference that India will face a serious shortage of polymers by 2004, with a gap of up to 220000 tons

he said that India is not only short of natural gas, but also lacks phenol, ACN and acrylic acid derivatives, SBR and EPDM, polyols and MDI (not produced in India), alpha olefins and LAD. At present, the consumption of polymer in India is 2.91kg/person. By, the population of India will reach 1.07 billion, and the demand is expected to increase to 4.69kg/person

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